Open Thread – Weekend 15 April 2023


A Game of Preference, Viktor Vasnetsov, 1879

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Frank
Frank
April 16, 2023 8:15 pm

Not sure what is going on here with these girls, but it looks great.

Crossie
Crossie
April 16, 2023 8:16 pm

Cassie of Sydney says:
April 16, 2023 at 8:02 pm
By the way, I’m still waiting for the stupid effing Liberals to put up a motion to censure the slag Thorpe. I do recall how they willingly supported a motion to censure Bettina Arndt back in early 2020. Or is this more spinelessness from the Liberals and Nationals?

You will be waiting a long time as most of their staffers are of knickerless Brittney type who would never bring it to the MPs’ attention.

I wonder, do any MPs even watch the news or any programs? What are they being paid for if they don’t know what’s going on if not brought up to speed by staffers?

Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
April 16, 2023 8:17 pm

Mick on the Murray
19 minutes ago
(Edited)
She’s not overly smart but the Senator is not stupid. I’m at home wondering how I am going to pay the next electricity bill whilst this lady is out and about, having a good time, abusing people in the street and getting about 250,000 lovely tax payer dollars every year. Who is the dumb one?

Cassie of Sydney
April 16, 2023 8:17 pm

“a.k.a. fat chicks.”

No fat ballerinas yesterday.

Entropy
Entropy
April 16, 2023 8:20 pm

I think Cobie Smulders would be a pretty good Honor Harrington, or Gal Gadot.

agreed.

C.L.
C.L.
April 16, 2023 8:20 pm
Rabz
April 16, 2023 8:21 pm

Just watched Madge Melanoma’s review of M*FS.

Hilarious, although missing the sober presence of Cap’n Strappon.

Rabz
April 16, 2023 8:22 pm
Sancho Panzer
Sancho Panzer
April 16, 2023 8:24 pm

Cassie of Sydneysays:

April 16, 2023 at 8:17 pm

“a.k.a. fat chicks.”

No fat ballerinas yesterday.

Yeah, but you were just relieved that none of the ballerinas had hairy legs and a lump in “her” shorts.

Rabz
April 16, 2023 8:25 pm
JohnJJJ
JohnJJJ
April 16, 2023 8:26 pm

Farmer Gez says:
April 16, 2023 at 1:22 pm
Sudan seems to be going well.
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-65284945
Leave them where they are this time please. The Amanda Vanstone cultural enrichment is still keeping the police and insurance companies busy.

Amanda’s lot were South Sudanese. Big black Dinka and Nuer. This current killfest is in Khartoum – Muzzies, more related to the Arabs and North Africans. We definitely don’t want them here.
A few facts: All the South Sudanese men would congregate at the same place in Melbourne. They quickly parted ways once the disputes started in South Sudan. Also Dinkas and Nuer form construction gangs – the one I noted do the rebar work for the concreting. It is interesting to see the different ethnic groups arrive at a big building site over the project time. Lebs bring the cement and other big machinery, Assyrians do the concreting, Chinese do the tiling.. Chilean girls do the traffic.

Cassie of Sydney
April 16, 2023 8:30 pm

“Yeah, but you were just relieved that none of the ballerinas had hairy legs and a lump in “her” shorts.”

LOL….true.

calli
calli
April 16, 2023 8:32 pm

MAFS – never watched a single episode. Pomerantz has convinced me to stay that way.

What is wrong with these people? Attention deprivation?

And that’s just the judges (or counsellors or whatever those plastic talking things were).

Frank
Frank
April 16, 2023 8:33 pm

By the way, I’m still waiting for the stupid effing Liberals to put up a motion to censure the slag Thorpe.

If they want the voice to fail she does more for them to be left in place. In fact, hand that woman a drink and a bullhorn.

Frank
Frank
April 16, 2023 8:36 pm

And that’s just the judges (or counsellors or whatever those plastic talking things were).

Like the fiercely heterosexual Simon Cowell, you imagine with his sort of money he could afford a wig made out of something better than dog hair.

Steve trickler
Steve trickler
April 16, 2023 8:37 pm

The frogs are in fine form. The critters are going off….loud! 6 clicks from the guts of the CBD.

calli
calli
April 16, 2023 8:37 pm

Just got two small children off to bed…the old fashioned way. No technology for an hour before bed time, and bored them to slumber by reading to them.

Worked like a charm.

Bruce of Newcastle
Bruce of Newcastle
April 16, 2023 8:38 pm

It’s strange …

If you’re going trip hop, Rabz, do really real trip hop.

Big Calm (1998)

Smooth as silk, and trippy.

H B Bear
H B Bear
April 16, 2023 8:39 pm

Chances are if you are in a suburban gentleman’s club you won’t find many gentlemen. The CBD ones aren’t too good either. So I’m told.

H B Bear
H B Bear
April 16, 2023 8:42 pm

MAFS – never watched a single episode. Pomerantz has convinced me to stay that way.

Big mistake. It’s car crash television at its best, you cannot look away. I never managed a full hour though.

Steve trickler
Steve trickler
April 16, 2023 8:43 pm
GreyRanga
GreyRanga
April 16, 2023 8:44 pm

Spiral was a great series. Le Bureau is another good french series.

Rabz
April 16, 2023 8:45 pm

the judges or counsellors or whatever those plastic talking things were

calli – I’m still trying to “remagick up” the brain cells that were disintegrated inadvertently watching the few seconds of M*FS shown in Madge Melanoma’s review.

Braindead FTA Commercial television.

You may as well go off and inhale a nooklear sammich gifted to you by an AN?A.

Bruce of Newcastle
Bruce of Newcastle
April 16, 2023 8:50 pm

Trip hop. It occurred to me that suckers have authority…

Tricky – Black Steel (1989)

H B Bear
H B Bear
April 16, 2023 8:50 pm

Sancho Panzer at 8:01 – one of the hairiest is Uluwatu in Bali. You paddle out through a limestone cave into a huge rip running down the reef. Coming in if it’s big and you miss it you just go around and try again. Bit out of my pay grade – even at the time. Surfed a few dodgy river mouths and name breaks through Bali and always ended up getting sick.

Rabz
April 16, 2023 9:00 pm

Sacré bleu …

Two views of Miss Luss

The ultimate Devochka …

Rabz
April 16, 2023 9:02 pm

Although nowhere near as beautiful as Miss Planet, who knows what a woman is.

So sassy. 🙂

Dot
Dot
April 16, 2023 9:06 pm

All rise for our post 2019 national anthem.

Stripsearch – Faith No More, “Album of the Year”, 1997.

Salvatore, Understaffed & Overworked Martyr to Govt Covid Stupidity

CoonBusch

Hahahaha… just found another one!
Was just now placing my weekly grog order, which included a substantial-for-a-craft/boutique-beer sized order for Colonial Brewing Co (remember them, the ones some pooncey bottleshop in Melbourne refused to stock & there was a big brouhahaha over their name?)

Anyway, recently Colonial gave in to the mob & changed their name. Unable to recall their new name (dunno if I ever even knew it anyway) I’m unable to place the order.
Tough luck Colonial … or…er.. whatever your pooncey new name is. Good luck with sales to us bumpkins, coz you now have zero brandname.

Bruce of Newcastle
Bruce of Newcastle
April 16, 2023 9:10 pm

Here you go Rabz, what I’m listening to now.
Ah, rangas.

DrBeauGan
DrBeauGan
April 16, 2023 9:14 pm

Looking at “The Voice = An Aboriginal House of Lords” but not sure how that will translate.

How about:
The Voice = the biggest trough yet!

Dot
Dot
April 16, 2023 9:16 pm

Colonial Brewing Co (remember them, the ones some pooncey bottleshop in Melbourne refused to stock & there was a big brouhahaha over their name?)

That is just silly. Do they refuse to stock Squire?

Bruce of Newcastle
Bruce of Newcastle
April 16, 2023 9:16 pm

Oops, that was a total faceplant. Not the song I intended, and even worse I can’t find it again!
The internet is really annoying sometimes.

Oh come on
Oh come on
April 16, 2023 9:17 pm

Rog is one of the few people in this country who willingly watches the ALPBC.

I spend 10 mins or so scrolling through its headlines every morning.

It’s useful to know what the enemy class is thinking. Or being told what to think.

Salvatore, Understaffed & Overworked Martyr to Govt Covid Stupidity

I’m a bit put out by Colonial changing their name to Woke Brewing Co. (or whatever their new name is)
Every time I place a grog order, I’ve made a point of ordering at least one carton from them, & have made a point of always having their beers prominent in the window, and always trot them out first second & third when suggestive selling, or asked for recommendations.

That has now ended.

Salvatore, Understaffed & Overworked Martyr to Govt Covid Stupidity

That is just silly. Do they refuse to stock Squire?

Squire is a XXXX brand.
Not as powerless & unable to fight back as is a small owner-driver startup in WestOz.
Poonce Bottle Shop would tread very warily around the multinationals.

Rabz
April 16, 2023 9:22 pm

Oops, that was a total faceplant

Indeed it was, Squire. Miss Planet obviously threw you off your course of action.

Entirely understandable.

Salvatore, Understaffed & Overworked Martyr to Govt Covid Stupidity

Blackhearts & Sparrows = the pooney named pooncey bottleshop that refused to stock Colonial Brewing Co, purportedly because hipster clientele had complained that they were offended by seeing the word “Colonial” on beer cans in the shop fridge.

Sure.

Perfidious Albino
Perfidious Albino
April 16, 2023 9:28 pm

Colonial is “CBC” now, although you can still find the old branding stocked. Shame – want a bad a drop.

Steve trickler
Steve trickler
April 16, 2023 9:28 pm

Good stuff from Kurt.

Intense Face-off in Medellín! ??

Rabz
April 16, 2023 9:30 pm
Salvatore, Understaffed & Overworked Martyr to Govt Covid Stupidity

Colonial is “CBC” now

Thanks Perfidous.
Too late for them this week, I’ve pressed “spend”… er.. “send” on the order.
I certainly won’t push their stuff any more.
They can take their chances with the rest of the mob – assuming I’m ever able to find their new name.
There’s a limit to how hard I’ll work to locate a supplier who changed their name.

(Suppliers changing their name is more common than I would have first thought – the only outcome I can see is people tend to forget their new name)

cohenite
April 16, 2023 9:33 pm

I wonder how tribal law would have dealt with her?

Death by Muwamba.

rickw
rickw
April 16, 2023 9:36 pm

That has now ended.

What?! You should be ordering single bottles just to f’ck with them!

Rabz
April 16, 2023 9:39 pm
Indolent
Indolent
April 16, 2023 9:39 pm

Dr. John Campbell

German Pathology

Salvatore, Understaffed & Overworked Martyr to Govt Covid Stupidity

Their ABC seems to be have undergone quite a change of philosophy:

1) Suddenly interested in holding politicians to account.
2) Suddenly not prepared to carry unproven allegation.
3) Suddenly insisting any hint of sexual abuse must be reported to cops asap.
4) Have acknowledged that some Aborigines are mixed-race & are prepared to report it out loud.
I tender as evidence their reference yesterday to Celtic-Walpiri woman Jacinda Nampinjimpa-Price.
(It will not be chance that determined the order of Celtic/Walpiri)

Can’t wait for Their ABC to report about Marcia Langton, Larissa Behrendt, Senator Dodson, about lots & lots of other fellow Australians who (in newly brushed-off ABC terminology) could be said to have a dash of the tarbrush.

rickw
rickw
April 16, 2023 9:43 pm

From Courier Mail.
Controversial independent senator Lidia Thorpe has been video delivering a profanity-riddled rant to a group of men outside a north Melbourne strip club early on Sunday.

To bad it wasn’t the Brunswick Sydney Rd one, could have got unlucky with the Muzzie’s.

Knuckle Dragger
Knuckle Dragger
April 16, 2023 9:43 pm

A feel-good story for the whole family (the Tele):

The wife in a high society divorce case went on a post separation spending spree on luxury goods and beauty treatments worth thousands and attempted to leave her ex husband to pay the bill.

The Family Court of Australia was told the woman’s shopping list included $1500 on clothes, $9500 on shoes, handbags and glasses plus $7100 on skin appointments, $500 on dating apps and $1250 on tennis lessons between May 2016 and October 2017.

Righto. ‘Tennis lessons’. Plus, how shit does your skin have to be to spend over seven gorillas on it?

The court also heard the woman, who described herself to the court as a “homemaker”, also spent $2200 on gym memberships, $3000 for a beautician, $4240 on cosmetics and moisturisers, plus $500 on psychic readings and $3600 on hair appointments over the period.

Psychic readings. They saw her coming miles away.

Justice Altobelli told the court the wife accelerated her spending after the couple’s marriage ended.

“…There was a significant amount of post-separation expenditure incurred by the wife that was sourced from borrowed funds in circumstances where the wife sought to make the husband responsible for part of this debt,” the judge told the court.

The court heard that over the period, the husband was paying the mortgage and outgoings plus spousal and child maintenance and had to sell assets to meet the bills.

Hell hath no fury like a woman apparently compelled to spend $7000+ on making her look less like Julie Bishop.

The judge ruled that 75 per cent of the wife’s expenditure was excessive and ordered the wife to take responsibility for 75 per cent of a $650,000 loan the couple owed to her parents.

The judge ordered the woman to receive the family home, which is worth at least $10 million, as part of her more than $8 million split of the asset pool.

Booooo!

But the house would have to be sold if the woman could not find another way to finance the more than $1.6 million the husband was entitled to from the value of the property.

Yaaaaay!

This is how the judge summed up the chick’s performance in court:

“[T]he wife was pervasively unresponsive in cross-examination,” he told the court. “She was prone to give speeches, rather than to answer the question that was asked of her.

“She was frequently defensive, and sometimes evasive,” he said. “In cross-examination (the wife gave) a distinctive quality of self-entitlement permeated her responses. At times this increased to arrogance.”

‘Distinctive quality of self-entitlement’. Cop that, you soon-to-be-homeless rich mole with what must be stellar skin. We see you. We hear you. We believe you.

Or not.

Dot
Dot
April 16, 2023 9:50 pm

Blackhearts & Sparrows = the pooney named pooncey bottleshop that refused to stock Colonial Brewing Co, purportedly because hipster clientele had complained that they were offended by seeing the word “Colonial” on beer cans in the shop fridge.

Sure.

Very silly.

cohenite
April 16, 2023 9:50 pm

More titles for the jaded:

Untamed: a big spectacular story of a new territory and of a woman as wild as the land which bred her.
The Oversexed Astronauts: they knew they would be in orbit soon, so they reached for the stars while still on Earth.
The Passion Hunters: marriage was only a loose word for the sex mad couples who yearned for wilder thrills.
The Cheatress: can an unhappy wife be a happy mistress?

And as a further treat a truly incomparable cute owl.

Indolent
Indolent
April 16, 2023 9:51 pm
Rabz
April 16, 2023 9:52 pm

The soon to be ex woife’s shopping list included:
$1,500 on clothes
$9,500 on shoes, handbags and glasses
$7,100 on skin appointments
$500 on dating apps
$1,250 on tennis lessons
$2,200 on gym memberships
$3,000 for a beautician
$4,240 on cosmetics and moisturisers
$500 on psychic readings
$3,600 on hair appointments

Thank goodness I never got married. What a laundry list of unnecessary vanity and idiocy. 😕

Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
April 16, 2023 10:00 pm

Thank goodness I never got married. What a laundry list of unnecessary vanity and idiocy.

The “Creature From the Black Lagoon” – A.K.A. my ex – wanted the property settlement to include the cost of the deposit, on a home unit, in an upmarket suburb of Perth.
“Your wife has become accustomed to enjoy a certain standard of living, during the marriage, and we are here to make a fair division of your assets, so she may continue to enjoy that standard..”

John H.
John H.
April 16, 2023 10:01 pm

Rabzsays:
April 16, 2023 at 9:39 pm
Miss Ellie cosplaying Miss Monroe …

You introduced me to that band for which I am very grateful.

Rabz
April 16, 2023 10:05 pm

I could have burned the equivalent on the following:
$6,000 on two tailor made suits
$800 on four pairs of adidas sneakers
$1,000 on four tailor made shirts
$800 on four Levi’s jackets
$1,000 on four pairs of Dr Martens
$500 on the latest season’s Bayern Munchen range
$500 on the latest season’s Juve range
$15,000 on booze

And the rest, Cats, I would have just wasted … 😕

Rabz
April 16, 2023 10:09 pm

the ex woife has become accustomed to enjoying a certain standard of living

Then she can pay for it herself, the monstrous harridan. Sheesh.

Bruce of Newcastle
Bruce of Newcastle
April 16, 2023 10:10 pm

I’ve saved so much money shopping at Lowes and Kmart.
I’m so glad I don’t have ovaries.

rickw
rickw
April 16, 2023 10:14 pm

Look at this f’cking hunched back imbecile!! When will this f’cking shit end?!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wCJaNbebb3A

Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
April 16, 2023 10:16 pm

Then she can pay for it herself, the monstrous harridan. Sheesh.

The Family Law Court treats every woman that comes before the Court, as a tender young virgin, torn from her mother’s loving arms, and given in marriage to this salivating ogre, to satisfy his nameless lusts…

Mark from Melbourne
Mark from Melbourne
April 16, 2023 10:21 pm

I’ve never watched “Married at First Sight”, however I’ve just watched Margaret’s smackdown and it’s a corker.

(… and various other comments)

Surely this is absolute tosh? Nicely done, but “… my brief union to Snoop Dog…”???

Dot
Dot
April 16, 2023 10:26 pm

And the rest, Cats, I would have just wasted … ?

At least get some quality cigars, cigarillos, lighters, pipes and pipe tobacco.

Steve trickler
Steve trickler
April 16, 2023 10:31 pm
Knuckle Dragger
Knuckle Dragger
April 16, 2023 10:36 pm

At least get some quality cigars, cigarillos, lighters, pipes and pipe tobacco.

And scatter cushions.

Arky
April 16, 2023 10:45 pm

Model A update:
Shed is rebuilt and retooled.
Model A is badly singed but finally back home.
Thanks to the cat who stored the old girl while building work was completed. You know who you are.
Just come back in from the shed and looking her over carefully for the first time. In some ways worse than I thought, in other ways very lucky.
Took one of the back doors off and stripped out the bottom timber and winder mech. Much surface rust and rot.
Bought many litres of bright red Dulon to refinish it after rust elimination. Much lighter and brighter than the dark red she was before, more like the original Ford red from them days.
Can’t wait to start.

Arky
April 16, 2023 10:48 pm
Steve trickler
Steve trickler
April 16, 2023 10:49 pm

I want to take a steel cap boot to Trump’s head with Operation Warp Speed.

His son just dug a massive whole. Moron!

——-

Mark Dice:

<a href = "https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PGzq8aOvT70"Donald Trump Jr. Has Crossed The Line!"

Steve trickler
Steve trickler
April 16, 2023 10:56 pm

Arkysays:
April 16, 2023 at 10:48 pm

Are you still on rumble? That build was cool. All the best.

Arky
April 16, 2023 11:04 pm

Steve trickler says:
April 16, 2023 at 10:56 pm

..
Off all the social media, deleted YouTube channel.
Couldn’t give two shits about politics either.
Ignoring the world and creating my own reality that involves family and restoring two cars and a motorbike.

MatrixTransform
April 16, 2023 11:13 pm

just watched a movie on AppleTV called Tetris

nice
liked
very entertaining
non-woke

Dr Faustus
Dr Faustus
April 16, 2023 11:13 pm

Pfizer Documents that the FDA tried to keep Secret confirm Graphene Oxide is in COVID Vaccines due to Manufacturing Process

Pfizer Documents that the FDA tried to keep Secret? Why, it must be the Exposé.

Sadly, one of the most recent documents published by the FDA, saved as 125742_S1_M4_4.2.1 vr vtr 10741.pdf, confirms the use of Graphene Oxide in the manufacturing process of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine. Proving that medicine regulators the mainstream media, Fact Checkers and Pfizer have all been lying to you.

But what is most concerning about the study is the confirmation on page 7 that Graphene Oxide is required to manufacture the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine.

Sadly, all that the note on page 7 confirms is that Graphene oxide is used to prepare a sample of protein for low temperature electron microscopy.

Nothing to do with vaccine manufacture at all. Nor a chorus line of lying liars.

Buy ‘em a coffee.

Steve trickler
Steve trickler
April 16, 2023 11:13 pm

Arkysays:
April 16, 2023 at 11:04 pm
Steve trickler saAys:
April 16, 2023 at 10:56 pm

..Arkysays:
April 16, 2023 at 11:04 pm
Steve trickler says:
April 16, 2023 at 10:56 pm
Off all the social media, deleted YouTube channel.
Couldn’t give two shits about politics either.
Ignoring the world and creating my own reality that involves family and restoring two cars and a motorbike.

Take care bloke. You are a cool dude.

rickw
rickw
April 16, 2023 11:19 pm

His son just dug a massive whole. Moron!

What a shit stain, Dice calling it as he sees it.

Who cares if US or Aus corporates are torn limb from limb, they pretty much all deserve it.

How many of this bunch of scum passed the recent Oscar Schindler test?

rickw
rickw
April 16, 2023 11:51 pm

deleted YouTube channel.

Should have left it up dude, a useful reference for people.

I often find myself looking at “long dead” channels when I want to find out how to do something.

C.L.
C.L.
April 16, 2023 11:53 pm

Glad the T is coming along, Arky.
I respect your opt-IN to offline reality.

Wally Dalí
Wally Dalí
April 16, 2023 11:54 pm

Tallying up vintage 2023… holey moley I’m about 25% up on ’22. Only got five tonnes of cane cut wierd stuff and then a few chain of frontignan sometime, and it’s a wrap. Heaps of Margaret River and Blackwood growers are in deep trouble, still getting whites off- southern reds look kaput.
Bespoke, how’s SA?

rickw
rickw
April 16, 2023 11:56 pm

restoring two cars and a motorbike

Models / years?!

MatrixTransform
April 17, 2023 12:06 am

Heaps of Margaret River and Blackwood growers are in deep trouble

spoke with BiL last week
they’re going like the proverbial One-Armed Octopus to get it off
Avoca , Vic

John H.
John H.
April 17, 2023 12:48 am
Colonel Crispin Berka
Colonel Crispin Berka
April 17, 2023 1:05 am

Is there another big chamber in Parliament House? Or will they sit out on the grass in front of Old Parliament House

It will be less than the MPs get but more than they got on the grass before.
Dare I call it…
…the Détente Embassy.

John H.
John H.
April 17, 2023 1:10 am

Colonel Crispin Berkasays:
April 17, 2023 at 1:05 am
Is there another big chamber in Parliament House? Or will they sit out on the grass in front of Old Parliament House

It will be less than the MPs get but more than they got on the grass before.
Dare I call it…
…the Détente Embassy.

They say it is above politics. Oakey Dokey then let them sit on the roof of the House.

Wally Dalí
Wally Dalí
April 17, 2023 1:36 am

…the Détente Embassy.
Bravo. Pinching it.

Wally Dalí
Wally Dalí
April 17, 2023 1:40 am

Hmmmm
realising my understanding of the word detente comes more from hydraulic systems than international politics-
I thought detente was an immovable lock of testy relations?
Turns out it’s “relaxation” after hostility
…what with my naturally wanky froggy pronounciation, might be best to steer clear

John H.
John H.
April 17, 2023 3:55 am
Tom
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April 17, 2023 4:01 am
Tom
Tom
April 17, 2023 4:02 am
Tom
Tom
April 17, 2023 4:03 am
Tom
Tom
April 17, 2023 4:05 am
Tom
Tom
April 17, 2023 4:06 am
Tom
Tom
April 17, 2023 4:07 am
Tom
Tom
April 17, 2023 4:08 am
Tom
Tom
April 17, 2023 4:10 am
Tom
Tom
April 17, 2023 4:11 am
Tom
Tom
April 17, 2023 4:12 am
Tom
Tom
April 17, 2023 4:13 am
Tom
Tom
April 17, 2023 4:15 am
Tom
Tom
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Tom
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Tom
Tom
April 17, 2023 4:19 am
Tom
Tom
April 17, 2023 4:20 am
Cassie of Sydney
April 17, 2023 6:38 am

Quiet here.

Anchor What
Anchor What
April 17, 2023 6:48 am

Headline of the day so far:
“Strip club fight – Senator Lidia Thorpe filmed in 3am clash”.
News.com.au

Anchor What
Anchor What
April 17, 2023 6:50 am

Accusing a man of having a small penis does invite several comebacks, but I’d best not elaborate on this sophisticated site.

Cassie of Sydney
April 17, 2023 6:52 am

““Strip club fight – Senator Lidia Thorpe filmed in 3am clash”.

Now just imagine, for one little second, if Thorpe had been a Liberal/National senator.

She’d have cleared her desk and nominations would already be up to replace her in the senate.

Tom
Tom
April 17, 2023 6:55 am

Deves takes on the Photios scum — Paywallian:

Katherine Deves will nominate for the Liberal Party’s NSW Senate vacancy, re-entering the political fray just a year after she sparked a firestorm over her controversial views.
After being anointed by former prime minister Scott Morrison to run in the Sydney northern beaches seat of Warringah, Ms Deves faced ¬opprobrium after her history of controversial online comments ¬regarding transgender children surfaced during the 2022 federal election campaign.
After initially apologising for the comments – including saying trans children were being “surgically mutilated and sterilised” – Ms Deves later doubled down, ¬saying that while she acknowledged her “confronting” language she stood by the “substance of her arguments”.
Despite the furore, Ms Deves said she had been approached by senior members of the Liberal Party encouraging her to run for the spot vacated after the death of Jim Molan earlier this year, but said she would not back away from the divisive views that resulted in her widespread condemnation.
“Trans rights are men’s and women’s rights being renegotiated. I am on the side of not conceding unnecessary ground on rights hard fought and won by our foremothers over the past 125 years,” she told The Australian.

Ms Deves said her views had been “vindicated” by the decision by World Athletics to tighten rules on transgender women athletes in March, along with the closure of UK’s only child gender identity clinic Tavistock by the National Health Service last July.
Her efforts to enter parliament will likely be met by fierce resistance from within the party, with a number of senior Liberal Party members, including former NSW treasurer Matt Kean, senator Andrew Bragg and former North Sydney MP Trent Zimmerman criticising her.
“There is no place in a mainstream political party for bigotry,’’ Mr Kean said at the time.
Ms Deves said if successful, she would oppose the campaign to enshrine a voice to parliament in the constitution, saying there were a myriad problems at play.
“I have much to contribute on a variety of issues beyond that for which I’ve become known, the debate of the moment is the voice,”
“I support Indigenous voices, particularly grassroots voices, and I respect that constitutional recognition of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in our Constitution. But I am concerned first, about the entrenchment of a group right in the constitution.”
Yes campaign is ‘an attempt’ to ‘indoctrinate’ the general public
Ms Deves said if Warren Mundine – who The Australian understands has also been encouraged to nominate – decided to run, she would stand aside, to avoid splitting the conservative vote at the preselection, expected to be held in late May.
With moderates coalescing around NSW Liberal Party ¬president Maria Kovacic as their preferred candidate, Ms Deves faces an uphill battle to garner the necessary votes to win the preselection.
While regional moderates support former NSW transport minister Andrew Constance, senior moderate sources said they had sufficient numbers to get Ms ¬Kovacic over the line after securing support from the centre-right.
Insiders said the moderates faction was eager to see a woman fill the vacancy, and noted Ms Kovacic’s credentials in western Sydney, an area that had decisive swings to Labor at the state election.
Ms Deves said that the vacancy should remain with the conservative faction given Molan had been aligned with the right before his death, telling moderates to wait until moderate federal senator Marise Payne retired from parliament.
Jess Collins will also run as a conservative-backed candidate for the Senate vacancy.

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lotocoti
lotocoti
April 17, 2023 7:00 am

The Scotch keep the Sabbath, and anything else they can lay their hands on.

some may “milk the system”, “that it could reduce motivation to work”, and give “freedom to make bad choices”.

There’ll be no “may” about it.

132andBush
132andBush
April 17, 2023 7:01 am

Good news , Arky.

As good as the 15mm received over the weekend.

Pogria
Pogria
April 17, 2023 7:03 am

Nice to see the strip club where Hydia was pointing her bone(y) fingers at punters who had the misfortune to have to look at her “Sea Hag” visage, has banned her for life. The owner has also sent a letter to the Senate describing her behaviour.
Being only one sixteenth Abo, Hydia should be poking herself in the face and screaming “you stole my land”.
Instead of being censured for her behaviour, perhaps we should send a spoonful of dirt in an envelope to her orifice. Returning her land, so to speak. It would be hilarious if we could get several thousand sent.
Instead of being outraged over her behaviour, she needs to be ridiculed mercilessly.

Roger
Roger
April 17, 2023 7:03 am

“There is no place in a mainstream political party for bigotry,’’ Mr Kean said at the time.

Straight out of the Daniel Andrews playbook.

Tom
Tom
April 17, 2023 7:06 am

Price takes on the ABC Lesbian Industrial Complex — Paywallian:

Indigenous Coalition senator Jacinta Nampijinpa Price says she has “serious reservations” about being interviewed by RN Breakfast host Patricia Karvelas about the Indigenous voice to parliament ¬referendum, claiming her show is ¬determined not to understand the No side of the voice debate.
However, in response to Price’s criticisms, an ABC spokesman on Sunday passionately defended Karvelas, stating: “RN breakfast and its host, Patricia Karvelas, has managed all sides of the debate in a non-biased manner, and will continue to do so.”
The falling out between Price and Karvelas appears to have become personal. Price, a vocal No advocate, was upset by a 17-minute interview by Karvelas with Noel Pearson in November in which Pearson scathingly described the Coalition senator as being trapped in “a redneck celebrity vortex”.
During a heated Estimates hearing in February fronted by ABC boss David Anderson, Senator Price lashed out at Karvelas’s November interview with Pearson. Price claimed to the ABC boss Karvelas had failed to “challenge” Pearson’s strident views about the Coalition senator.
“In November Patricia Karvelas, interviewing Noel Pearson, chose to listen to his views on me being described as trapped in ‘a redneck celebrity vortex’ … and that I was being used by right-wing think tanks to ‘punch down on blackfellas’,” Price told Anderson.
“At no point did Ms Karvelas attempt to intervene and/or challenge Mr Pearson‘s views but accepted them wholeheartedly.”
The ABC noted in its formal ¬response to the questions in Estimates that Price had “declined to be interviewed” on the day, and multiple unsuccessful “requests” had been made to get the senator to appear with Karvelas. ABC sources have subsequently claimed Karvelas made 20 unsuccessful requests in recent months to interview Price.
However, last week Price suddenly appeared on RN Breakfast to talk about the voice – but with a twist. Her appearance came when Karvelas had a day off, and Sunday Project host Hamish Macdonald was filling in for her.
Speaking to Diary, Price (fresh from appearing with David Speers on another ABC show on Sunday, Insiders) confirmed she was no longer comfortable with being ¬interviewed by Karvelas.
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Asked whether she intended to avoid interviews with Karvelas, she replied: “Absolutely I do. Unless it’s going to be a legitimate conversation about understanding all the nuances in the debate, I won’t go on. But when it’s evident it is about undermining my own character, what’s the point of having those conversations? It’s like being the token conservative on Q+A.”
Price claimed RN had taken a clear position in favour of the Yes’ vote on the voice: “It’s evident which side of the fence they sit on, which is really unfortunate. It’s not taking a position of balance, which is what you’d expect from your ¬national broadcaster.”
Price said: “It appears to me that Radio National is making this debate about Aboriginal people predominantly supporting the Yes case. That only serves to contribute to the divide over the voice. I have serious reservations about having any more conversations with Hamish and Patricia, because their only aim seems to be to make me an illegitimate voice.”
However, the ABC spokesman on Sunday said that Karvelas’s program has gone to great lengths to ensure that all sides of the debate were covered, noting RN Breakfast had featured a number of No case advocates, including Barnaby Joyce, Sussan Ley, Warren Mundine and Lidia Thorpe. Last week alone, the spokesman said, apart from Macdonald’s chat with Price, the show featured -interviews with Mundine and Indigenous Liberal senator Kerrynne Liddle, who also supported the No case.
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Cassie of Sydney
April 17, 2023 7:08 am

“Insiders said the moderates faction was eager to see a woman fill the vacancy, and noted Ms Kovacic’s credentials in western Sydney, an area that had decisive swings to Labor at the state election.”

Kovacic ran for the seat of Parramatta in May 2022, and she failed against a fly in multi-millionaire character by the name of Andrew Charlton, so much for Kovacic’ “credentials” in Western Sydney.

As for the late Jim Molan’s senate spot, a spot Molan toiled hard to get and keep, despite the machinations of scum like Kean and Photios who constantly schemed against him, it should be passed onto a conservative, and that should be Deves or Mundine. Nobody has heard of Kovacic, many have heard of Deves and Mundine.

The above is a test of the Liberal Party’s current antenna. Here’s my prediction, they’ll fail the test because the party’s antenna is broken, it’s kaput. They’re beyond help.

bons
bons
April 17, 2023 7:13 am

A TV series review.
‘Transatlantic’ on Netflix.
Good plot involving smuggling Jews out of France in 1940.
Well acted and all that filmy stuff you are supposed to care about.
BUT. Thank God it is on streaming because every episode includes a repulsive ‘poove’ scene between two chicken chested 100 lb weaklings.
A phobe – yep that would be me.
‘Fag Voice’ as my lady indelicately described it.

Roger
Roger
April 17, 2023 7:15 am

Price, a vocal No advocate, was upset by a 17-minute interview by Karvelas with Noel Pearson in November in which Pearson scathingly described the Coalition senator as being trapped in “a redneck celebrity vortex”.

Good news on the Pearson front…

He’s said if the No vote gets up he will “fall silent.”

Like Langton, his ego is such that he imagines his threat of exiting public life will sway the votes of Australians.

Tom
Tom
April 17, 2023 7:17 am

“There is no place in a mainstream political party for bigotry,’’ Mr Kean said at the time.

Matt Kean and the party he hijacked have more in common with the ideological enforcement thugs at the Chinese Communist Party than anything Sir Robert Menzies envisioned in the 1940s.

Cassie of Sydney
April 17, 2023 7:18 am

I should also add that apart from the slag’s language about “c*nts” and “small penises”, the slag then verbally threatened the doormen saying “and you, you are marked”.

Just charming. I’m glad the club has banned the slag.

Ed Case
Ed Case
April 17, 2023 7:19 am

I tender as evidence their reference yesterday to Celtic-Walpiri woman Jacinda Nampinjimpa-Price.
(It will not be chance that determined the order of Celtic/Walpiri)

Price describes herself as Celtic-Warlpiri.

calli
calli
April 17, 2023 7:20 am

Arky says:
April 16, 2023 at 10:45 pm

Most excellent news, The Beloved asks about your project from time to time too.

And yes, Real Life is best. As long as it includes a shed, or in my case, a sewing room. And the garden…don’t neglect that. 🙂

Cassie of Sydney
April 17, 2023 7:20 am

When will the Australian senate ban the slag?

Knuckle Dragger
Knuckle Dragger
April 17, 2023 7:26 am

Quenthland hospitals are for Quenthlanders, where they can be reminded of their gpvernment’s complete uselessness (the Courier-Mail):

Dozens of new TVs and iPads donated to the Princess Alexandra Hospital’s spinal ward have sat in storage for nearly 12 months due to “technical” delays, impacting patient stays.

The state-of-the-art equipment had been donated to Queensland Health in April last year following a fundraising event organised by former Wallabies coach John Connolly.

Connolly, now a paraplegic, spent nine months there after breaking his neck in a fall two years ago.

Mr Connolly said more than $80,000 had been raised which would supply the PA’s spinal and mental health wards, with about 90 new televisions and iPads, and upgrade the waiting room.

However, 12 months on, he said the electronics had sat in storage with no installation date confirmed, in yet another Queensland Health controversy.

Here’s a TV. Plug in TV. Turn on TV. Watch TV. Perhaps use watching TV to make you time in a spinal ward marginally better. But no.

The hospital’s executive director Jeremy Wellwood confirmed there had been “technically complex” delays to the rollout of new equipment.

The hospital’s executive director Jeremy Wellwood may have done better to hit closer to the mark, and perhaps say something along the lines of:

‘The exorbitant multi-year contracts in place with existing providers, combined with even more complex maintenance contracts mean that spinal patients can’t watch decent TVs or look at iPads.

‘To those who may opine we are incompetent cretins, I would say we stand with the comments of our NSW counterparts when they were eviscerated over the Ruby Princess fiasco – “Hey, we’re trying really hard here.’”

Ed Case
Ed Case
April 17, 2023 7:28 am

Price, a vocal No advocate, was upset by a 17-minute interview by Karvelas with Noel Pearson in November in which Pearson scathingly described the Coalition senator as being trapped in “a redneck celebrity vortex”.

In other words, the National Party are using her up because of the novelty value.
I wouldn’t care to face a grilling from Karvelas either, but the difference is I haven’t been plopped into a Senator’s job.

What’s her beef, does she want only Softball interviews like Pearson gets?

calli
calli
April 17, 2023 7:28 am

Thorpe is supporting the “No” case isn’t she? And film appears of her being her lovely self…just like that.

I’m shocked.

Top Ender
Top Ender
April 17, 2023 7:30 am

The best “Senator” Thorpe can do – she was trying to “discuss important issues” at 3 in the morning after a night on the turps:

Lidia Thorpe has defended her behaviour outside a Melbourne strip club, after footage surfaced of her yelling profanities and telling men they had small genitalia.

The former Greens turned Independent senator Thorpe claimed people were trying to “drag me down,” in a brief statement shown by Sky News.

“It’s sad people are utilising whatever they can to drag me down when we’re trying to discuss important issues in this country,” Senator Thorpe said in the statement.

The video shows Senator Thorpe leaving a Brunswick club at about 3am while celebrating a friend’s 50th birthday, Seven News reported.

She was shown shouting at men standing outside before being dragged away by a companion,

“You know what I say to you? You know what I say to you?” she said. “Small penis, small penis.”

377 comments in the Oz so far and not being gentle with her. That’s whitey trying to put her down of course

Crossie
Crossie
April 17, 2023 7:33 am

Nobody has heard of Kovacic, many have heard of Deves and Mundine.

The above is a test of the Liberal Party’s current antenna. Here’s my prediction, they’ll fail the test because the party’s antenna is broken, it’s kaput. They’re beyond help.

It seems nobody has heard of her and I think the appellation of “moderate” may be the reason why. That she is of the Photios/Kean group may explain it and automatically damn her in the voters’ eyes and rightly so. NSW Libs are determined to stick it to their voters so I guess she will get the nod.

Roger
Roger
April 17, 2023 7:35 am

Thorpe is supporting the “No” case isn’t she?

She styles her position as “the progressive No case” to distinguish herself from Price, Mundine, Dillon et. al.

Progressive in this instance denotes “blak sovereignty.”

Cassie of Sydney
April 17, 2023 7:36 am

“377 comments in the Oz so far and not being gentle with her. That’s whitey trying to put her down of course”

The only “whitey” putting Thorpe down is herself.

Knuckle Dragger
Knuckle Dragger
April 17, 2023 7:36 am

Lidia Thorpe has defended her behaviour outside a Melbourne strip club, after footage surfaced of her yelling profanities and telling men they had small genitalia.

All the pieces are falling into place.

Thorpe is a dude, and an insecure one at that.

Crossie
Crossie
April 17, 2023 7:37 am

Get a load of this travesty.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11976173/Plus-size-creator-creates-petition-try-force-airlines-offer-larger-passengers-bigger-seats.html

Fine but they have to pay by the square inch. None of that free seats for me but not for thee.

Crossie
Crossie
April 17, 2023 7:39 am

Cassie of Sydney says:
April 17, 2023 at 7:20 am
When will the Australian senate ban the slag?

Maybe Thorpe’s accusation at the night club men of having small penises applies to the federal opposition as well.

Ed Case
Ed Case
April 17, 2023 7:40 am

Deves didn’t win a single booth in her tilt for Warringah.

Sure, she’s got the Third Wave Feminist vote in the palm of her hand …

And she’ll withdraw if Labor Renegade Warren Mundine nominates?

Gimme a break.

Knuckle Dragger
Knuckle Dragger
April 17, 2023 7:44 am

Perhaps Lidia would feel better about herself if she spent $7100 on skin treatments.

Farmer Gez
Farmer Gez
April 17, 2023 7:47 am

If anyone has the time, take a look at the AEMO website and tell me they see a government appointed regulator delivering sober and objective analysis of renewable energy projects or thinly veiled promotion.

Tom
Tom
April 17, 2023 7:48 am

In other words, the National Party are using her up because of the novelty value.

You’re a racist piece of shit, Googleory, topped off with the left’s trademark condescension.

Price is a rare rising star in politics and will still be kicking goals long after online bigots like you have dropped off the twig.

Ed Case
Ed Case
April 17, 2023 7:50 am

Here’s the reason Maria Kovacic would be a divisive pick:

President and Chairperson of Hills Community Aid, Deputy Chair of Croatian Women in Leadership (Australia & New Zealand)

The Liberal Party sure has a hardon for picking Croatians.
The last one was Zed Szeleja, he lost them their Senate seat in the ACT, no mean feat in itself.

Beertruk
Beertruk
April 17, 2023 7:50 am

From the Oz:
The Lidiot:

In the Oz:

Lidiot Thorpe in clash outside Melbourne strip club

CADET REPORTER
@tricialeerivera
and ELLIE DUDLEY
REPORTER
@EllieDudley_
7:18AM APRIL 17, 2023
377 COMMENTS
Lidia Thorpe has defended her behaviour outside a Melbourne strip club, after footage surfaced of her yelling profanities and telling men they had small genitalia.

The former Greens turned Independent senator Thorpe claimed people were trying to “drag me down,” in a brief statement shown by Sky News.

“It’s sad people are utilising whatever they can to drag me down when we’re trying to discuss important issues in this country,” Senator Thorpe said in the statement.

The video shows Senator Thorpe leaving a Brunswick club at about 3am while celebrating a friend’s 50th birthday, Seven News reported.

She was shown shouting at men standing outside before being dragged away by a companion,

“You know what I say to you? You know what I say to you?” she said. “Small penis, small penis.”

A man off-camera can be heard calling Senator Thorpe a “racist dog”. She then yelled at him: “Any black man that stands with the f..king white little c..t like that youse can all get f..ked too.

“We’ve been repressed all our f..king life in this country and you let this little dog speak.”

The manager of the strip club claims the rogue senator was going up to ‘white men’ before the incident saying: ‘You stole my land’.

David Ross, general manager of Maxine’s, told Daily Mail Australia that Senator Thorpe’s behaviour was ‘just unacceptable’ and that she has been banned for life from the establishment.

It’s not the first time Senator Thorpe has been caught in controversy.

Last year she was forced to resign as deputy greens leader after she failed to declare her relationship with former bikie Dean Martin.

At the time, she said she met the former Rebels president through black activism, and they bonded over a passion for Indigenous rights.

In February, she quit the Greens after refusing to support the Indigenous voice to parliament, saying she would continue to represent the black sovereign movement as an independent.

Last month police pushed her to the ground on the lawn of Parliament House after she attempted to take the stage at a rally organised for Kellie-Jay Keen-Minshull.

In a statement to Seven News, Senator Thorpe said she was provoked by the men outside the club, who harassed her on her views on Indigenous affairs.

“It’s sad people are utilising whatever they can to drag me down when we’re trying to discuss important issues in this country,” she said.

The Australian has contacted Senator Thorpe for comment.

TRICIA RIVERA CADET REPORTER

lotocoti
lotocoti
April 17, 2023 7:52 am

Get a load of this travesty.

There needs to be a campaign to subsidise people flying with
Emotional Support Rhinoceroses.

Ed Case
Ed Case
April 17, 2023 7:54 am

Price is a rare rising star in politics and will still be kicking goals long after online bigots ..

Course she isn’t, stupid.
A rare rising star who doesn’t want to be interviewed by Patricia Karvelas.

Hey, perhaps the ABC can bring Miss Pat back, Jacinta can field a Softball interview from Mr. Squiggle?

Pogria
Pogria
April 17, 2023 7:54 am

Watching Hydia’s behaviour over the last few weeks made me think, “I have seen that before”. Also, when Cassie calls her a “Slag”, one of my favourite words for describing women of extremely dubious character, I remembered some “Training Videos” from the early nineties.
I’d wager Hydia has watched these videos a thousand times. She has the mannerisms, the fashion sense and the make-up down pat.

Farmer Gez
Farmer Gez
April 17, 2023 7:58 am

Nobody needs to drag you down if you’re going to strip clubs when you’re fifty.
If you’re a proud ‘whatever’ woman, there’s not much female pride to be found in fanny flashing for money.

Frank
Frank
April 17, 2023 7:59 am

Get a load of this travesty.

A sling in the baggage compartment ought to suffice.

Tom
Tom
April 17, 2023 8:01 am

The ABC’s radio ratings are measured in fractions of percentage points.

Nobody except rusted-on leftards are listening to Radio National breakfast lesbian.

Keep going, Jacinta. Your point is well made.

The ABC belongs to the leftist tribe and, therefore, no-one but a tiny minority listens.

Bruce of Newcastle
Bruce of Newcastle
April 17, 2023 8:02 am

Headline of the day so far:
“Strip club fight – Senator Lidia Thorpe filmed in 3am clash”.

Saturday was the fortieth anniversary of the greatest ever headline!

Deserved h/t goes to Steven Hayward.

Beertruk
Beertruk
April 17, 2023 8:09 am

Today’s Tele:

NSW’S LONG FALL FROM TAMWORTH TO SADNESS

Tim Blair

Let there be light!

Engineers in Tamworth obeyed this religious invocation back in 1888, bringing electrical illumination to their northern NSW town even before such magic was available in any Australian capital.

Tamworth’s first night of light fell on a November Friday, so churches that weekend would presumably have been full of awed worshippers grateful for the Almighty’s gift of an undarkened Peel St.

But God only knows what the citizens of late 19th century Tamworth would make of current religious events.

One-hundred and thirty-five years ago, Australia thrilled to power and progress. And for good reason. Every technical advance then and in the era following – electricity, cars, flight – made life better, safer and easier.

Superior technology won two world wars and delivered us from tyranny. Were it not for the West’s wartime arms advantages, we’d presently be begging our ruling nation for an Australian Voice to Berlin or Tokyo.

In any case, let’s move on from November 1888’s New England nights and subsequent unrelated global conflicts. Here we are in April 2023, and in NSW a reverse Tamworth is underway.

AGL Energy’s Liddell coal-fired power station in the Hunter Valley will this month be closed down. This is no small matter. Even last year, half century old Liddell at times generated up to 10 per cent of our state’s total grid demand.

Considering how marginal is NSW’s power supply, you’d imagine keeping Liddell at least ticking over could be an option. Or, failing that, leaving Liddell’s basic structures in place so that the old dear might be fired up again in the event of any serious power shortages.

That tactic is all the rage overseas. Piously green Germany last year rebooted more than a dozen of its previously closed coal-fired plants.

It was a similar story in the UK. “Britain’s electricity generators have been forced to warm up coal-fired power stations for the second time this winter,” the Guardian reported in January. “Selected households will be paid to cut their electricity use for the first time as the cold snap persists.”

Britain was the first nation to use coal as a steam-generating, wealth-creating power source in factories and mills. A few centuries later, Britain pays people to reject domestic power sources. Seems logical.

(We now pause as various enviro-religionists begin screaming about the tragedy of black lung disease caused by filthy coal mining in 19th century Britain. The same enviro-religionists, however, also oppose nuclear, the cleanest large-scale energy source ever devised. Their faith is not easy to explain.)

In Australia, old-timey religion once praised the Lord for abundant, inexpensive power. Our modern faith, however, denounces fossil fuel – a fuel so cheap that even a small town of just 3000 could afford to light streets with it 135 years ago.

So, just like other coal-fired power plants around Australia, the Liddell facility will be blasted to bits. With luck, this won’t disrupt reliable supply. According to Australian Energy Council chief executive Sarah McNamara, the AEC “does not anticipate supply issues as a result of the phased closure of the 50-year-old Liddell Power Station”.

Hooray for that. What happens, though, when the Eraring power station – which provides fully one entire quarter of NSW’s electricity – is shut down as scheduled in 2025?

Wind and solar aren’t likely to cover that shortfall, which is why the new NSW government is talking to Eraring’s Origin Energy operators to keep the plant running.

At this point it’s either coal or finding other ways to warm the state. Maybe everybody could heat themselves up by chanting “renewables are cheaper”, a religious slogan with no evident basis in fact.

Anyway, it’s a great month for shutting power plants and otherwise being stupid. With perfect timing, Earth Day is held on April 22, just a few days before Liddell’s closure.

Speaking of sad endings, please keep Holly Maddux in your Earth Day thoughts. Maddux was brutally murdered in 1977 by her ex-boyfriend, Ira Einhorn, who hid the young woman’s corpse inside his apartment.

Environmentalist Einhorn spoke at the very first Earth Day rally, and was also by some accounts the event’s co-creator. I mention this only because climate believers hate being reminded that their faith was at least in part founded by a deadly idiot.

And, even worse, a hippie.

But that’s just my call. Google clearly holds a deeper appreciation of Earth Day’s religious significance.

A search for “Earth Day Australia” not only turns up the date but also encourages searches for Easter, Eid al-Adha, Hanukkah and Diwali.

Top Ender
Top Ender
April 17, 2023 8:09 am

The manager of a strip club where Lidia Thorpe was seen screaming profanities at punters claims the rogue senator was going up to ‘white men’ before the incident saying: ‘You stole my land’.

Daily Mail – the Voice will fix all this

Eyrie
Eyrie
April 17, 2023 8:10 am

Get a load of this travesty.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11976173/Plus-size-creator-creates-petition-try-force-airlines-offer-larger-passengers-bigger-seats.html

Just buy another seat or three, dear. As far from the emergency exits as possible. To think someone is porking that.

Beertruk
Beertruk
April 17, 2023 8:12 am

‘You stole my land’.

I have documentation to prove otherwise.

Pogria
Pogria
April 17, 2023 8:12 am

Hydia sees herself as a Fully Qualified Scrag Fighter.
This is the reality.
oink.

Boambee John
Boambee John
April 17, 2023 8:12 am

Grandpa Ed Simpson

What’s her beef, does she want only Softball interviews like Pearson gets?

Her “beef”, as any sentient being not fully committed to being a leftard shill would understand, is that Their ABC inevitably gives soft interviews to leftards, while incessantly interrupting and contradicting any non-leftard who is persuaded to appear there.

See also the ABC leftard shills denying that there is any child sexual abuse problem in indigenous communities, despite much published evidence and many reports of such abuse on their own channels.

Entropy
Entropy
April 17, 2023 8:15 am

If I was a coalition I would just not appear on Their ABC. At all.

No one watches it anyway.

Boambee John
Boambee John
April 17, 2023 8:15 am

Grandpa Ed Simpson

Gimme a break.

How about you give us a break from your incessant leftard shilling.

Cassie of Sydney
April 17, 2023 8:17 am

“If I was a coalition I would just not appear on Their ABC. At all.”

Yes.

Mother Lode
Mother Lode
April 17, 2023 8:18 am

Katherine Deves will nominate for the Liberal Party’s NSW Senate vacancy, re-entering the political fray just a year after she sparked a firestorm over her controversial views.

Controversial?

They have been universally recognised common knowledge across cultures and history. And how far back? Well look at at the rest of nature. How often do you see an animal physiologically one gender acting like the other?

We have some shouty fruit loops who have concocted a new position and they are the sensible ones and everyone else controversial?

I remember reading a philosopher discussing words and meaning, and one of his mental experiments was a condition he called word blindness, where a person confronted by the sentence “Mr Scot is a Scot.” is unsure which is the personal name and which has the meaning ‘of or from Scotland’. Can such a person be said to understand the meaning of the words if that is how they can use them?

I think j’ismists have an analogous disorder where they can be told the most common and most commonsensical ideas are ‘controversial’ and random crackling of synapses in twisted people is proper respectable opinion – and nothing in them objects.

Perhaps the only question is whether you have to have this condition to be pre-disposed to go to J’ism school, or whether it is part of the more general snuffing out of intelligence and curiosity the course inflicts upon its victim/students.

Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
April 17, 2023 8:23 am

Alan
36 minutes ago
She was banned for life from the Strip Club. Seems they have better standards than our Parliament.

700 comments so far – about five remotely supportive.

Top Ender
Top Ender
April 17, 2023 8:24 am

The real ‘dog act’ is a police minister trying to save Labor’s political hide by dismissing claims of children raped under her watch

Labor MPs and the ABC have lined up to trash Petter Dutton and save their Voice from looking exactly what it is – a radical power grab and substitute for real help for Aborigines.

Andrew Bolt

How low can Yes campaigners go? What we saw last week – even pushing aside raped children – was one of the most disgusting things I’ve seen in Australian politics.

How dare they? How DARE they?

They’ve just exposed the big lie told about the Voice, a kind of Aboriginal-only parliament that Prime Minister Anthony Albanese sells as just “a vehicle for … improving lives”.

Bull. It’s about power. Race power.

That’s why Opposition Leader Peter Dutton was pack-attacked last week when he again went to Alice Springs to demand more action to save Aboriginal children there from neglect and sexual abuse.

If Voice activists were truly desperate to improve Aboriginal lives they’d have done as Dutton said.

Instead, look: hands over their eyes, saying they can’t see these children. Fingers in their ears, saying they can’t hear their screams.

The worst was the Northern Territory’s Police Minister, Labor’s Kate Worden, who accused Dutton of a “dog act”, saying the former policeman was exploiting children for “absolutely opportunistic, political game-playing”.

I was stunned. For a “dog act”, how about a police minister trying to save Labor’s political hide by dismissing claims of children raped under her watch?

Tragically, Worden was part of a pack. Labor MPs and the ABC lined up to trash Dutton and save their Voice from looking exactly what it is – a radical power grab and substitute for real help for Aborigines.

Labor senator Malarndirri McCarthy likewise accused Dutton of “irresponsible accusations”, and the NT’s treasurer, Eva Lawler, even suggested – to my astonishment – the sexual abuse of Aboriginal children was nothing unusual.

“Children have been sexually abused in Australia since, bloody, the place was probably settled,” she declared, snarking: “We can talk about the Catholic Church.”

The left-hijacked ABC also rushed to defend the Voice from the broken children who now threatened it.

An ABC reporter in Alice Springs, spectacularly uninformed, asked Dutton for his evidence of those abused children, and radio host Patricia Karvelas even implied Aboriginal children in the NT were no more abused than any others.

“There’s abuse going on everywhere,” she insisted, echoing Labor, and then turned on Liberal senator Kerrynne Liddle, an Aboriginal woman trying to tell her there was indeed a problem: “Do you encourage your leader to temper his language given we haven’t yet seen evidence to say that there is a widespread phenomenon of this?”

I beg your pardon, Patricia? “We haven’t yet seen evidence”? How could any of them – Labor MPs or ABC journalists – be so blind and deaf?

I’ve reported on this social catastrophe for more than 30 years, since even before Professor Boni Robertson’s Aboriginal women’s task force brought me to tears in 2000 with its ghastly findings on the rape and abuse of so many Aboriginal children.

Since then, the alarm has sounded again and again, but again and again the left ignored it to protect its vision of an Edenic Aboriginal culture – and now to protect its Voice.

Remember the Little Children are Sacred Report, which in 2007 said “Aboriginal child sexual abuse in the Northern Territory … is serious, widespread and often unreported”?

That prompted the Howard government’s intervention that the left attacked as “neo-colonialism” and “paternalism”.

Yet in 2013, NT chief magistrate Hilary Hannam protested the NT’s child protection bureaucracy still had such an “idealistic” view of Aboriginal culture that it treated the dangers Aboriginal children faced as “normal” and made their “right to survival” a second-order issue.

So on it went. In 2018, Tors Clothier, a pediatrician who’d worked for more than 20 years at Alice Springs Hospital, said child abuse was so rife in remote communities he thought few Aboriginal girls made it to puberty without unwanted sexual ­attention.

He added: “I thought vividly yesterday of the case of a seven-month-old child who was badly raped years ago and died from her injuries.”

Don’t think it’s suddenly all got better. The latest Australian Institute of Health and Welfare data says NT children are three times more likely than children of other states to be victims of proven neglect or abuse. The vast majority of them are Aboriginal.

How could ABC journalists not know all this? How dare Labor politicians accuse Dutton of a “dog act” for telling this truth?

How? Because that truth threatens their Voice, which isn’t for those children at all.

It’s a palace for Labor and its tribe of race activists, who’ll then have one more excuse to ignore them.

Herald-Sun

duncanm
duncanm
April 17, 2023 8:25 am

Thorpe:

It’s sad people are utilising whatever they can to drag me down when we’re trying to discuss important issues in this country

also Thorpe on the night in question

Any black man that stands with the f***ing white little c*** like that – youse can all get f***ed too

Perfidious Albino
Perfidious Albino
April 17, 2023 8:27 am

I wonder who Lidia’s friend celebrating their 50th at gentleman’s club was?

Sancho Panzer
Sancho Panzer
April 17, 2023 8:28 am

Dr F at 11:13 last evening doing God’s work and exploding Indolent myth #327.

Sadly, all that the note on page 7 confirms is that Graphene oxide is used to prepare a sample of protein for low temperature electron microscopy.

Indeed.
Remember sodium laureth sulfate/sodium lauryl sulfate which was allegedly a carcinogen used in shampoos and toothpastes?
Some Daily Exposé type in the ’90’s discovered that sodium laureth sulfate was mentioned in the testing methods of lab cancer studies.
Except they weren’t testing for a sodium laureth sulfate link to cancer. It is merely a wetting or foaming agent used to facilitate the testing of the target substance … and also make your shampoo froth up.
But this rumour – spread mostly by beauty therapists and jazzercise instructors – persisted for years.

Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
April 17, 2023 8:29 am

Progressive in this instance denotes “blak sovereignty.”

“Progressive” also denotes a treaty.

“You stole my land.”

Aborigines did claim they were “of” the land, the guardians of the land, but they didn’t own that land.

Ed Case
Ed Case
April 17, 2023 8:31 am

Peter Dutton was careful not to put a figure on Child Abuse in Aboriginal Communities, just saying that that was the message he got from talking with community elders.

Now the Media is interviewing elders and they’re denying telling Dutton that.
Jacinta Price is the weak link here, she’s not tough enough to stand up to questioning on this issue.
If the Liberal Party continue putting her forward as a spokesperson, it’s only a matter of time before she rounds on Dutton and turns the No case into a circus.

Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
April 17, 2023 8:32 am

Lawrie
28 minutes ago
Last month Thorpe angrily asked other Senators in the chamber, “What sort of women do you think I am?”

Now they know.

Lawrie, Rosanna

Sancho Panzer
Sancho Panzer
April 17, 2023 8:32 am

rickwsays:

April 16, 2023 at 11:51 pm

deleted YouTube channel.

Should have left it up dude, a useful reference for people.

I often find myself looking at “long dead” channels when I want to find out how to do something.

Bwah ha ha ha.
“I can’t find it on YouTube!” … said no-one ever.
Think up the most obscure subject imaginable and search for it. There will be scores or hundreds of videos on any given topic.

duncanm
duncanm
April 17, 2023 8:33 am

nobody seems to be asking why Thorpe is frequenting a ‘gentlemen’s club’

Seems odd to me why a 50yo woman is going to the rippers. Maybe she wanted tips on how to slither across the ground in a more sexually suggestive fashion?

Zipster
Zipster
April 17, 2023 8:36 am
flyingduk
flyingduk
April 17, 2023 8:36 am

Price describes herself as Celtic-Warlpiri.

I think that should be ‘Celtic – Proud Warlpiri’?

Bruce of Newcastle
Bruce of Newcastle
April 17, 2023 8:38 am
calli
calli
April 17, 2023 8:45 am

I can see Price and Thorpe being lumped into the batch of “Aboriginals we don’t like”.

Meanwhile others get a rails run.

lotocoti
lotocoti
April 17, 2023 8:45 am

nobody seems to be asking why Thorpe is frequenting a ‘gentlemen’s club’

Freelancing.
Out back.
IYKWIMAITYD

OldOzzie
OldOzzie
April 17, 2023 8:48 am

Continuing with my many Korean Netflix Series – as I said to Grandsons & Wife – much better than American and OZ TV Offerings- Light Hearted and Enjoyable

have branched into pseudo history & enjoyed 20 episodes

First Impressions: “Rookie Historian Goo Hae Ryung” Gets Real But Stays Fun

There’s an epidemic sweeping Joseon, but it’s not what it sounds like. The latest trend these days is books — and not just any books, but juicy, steamy (well, by Joseon standards) romance novels:

All the ladies are wrapped up in romantic tales at the start of MBC’s “Rookie Historian Goo Hae Ryung,” attending reading parties and reveling in stories of forbidden love and risqué moonlit meetings. Everyone, that is, except for one Goo Hae Ryung, whose tastes are a little… different:

When Hae Ryung (Shin Se Kyung) is not reading, she spends her time sleeping through bridal-training classes (where she is by far the oldest student, as yet unmarried), tinkering with her Western-style clock, and drinking with her older brother. She’s certainly not the typical Joseon lady, and if she had things her way, she would grow old alone with her brother and her books, reading about faraway lands and peoples.

This is quite a contrast to Prince Yi Rim (ASTRO’s Cha Eun Woo), who is completely infatuated with tales of love: under the pen name Maehwa, the prince has written many a romance novel, and his works have become so popular that Maehwa has gained a cult following around the capital. Unfortunately, the poor confined prince has never been able to witness the joy his novels bring to others first-hand — until now. And his reaction is heartwarmingly adorable…

There’s enough that’s different in “Rookie Historian” to keep it interesting, and it’s given unique twists to sageuk characters that usually get stereotyped: for one, in addition to being a wise leader, Crown Prince Yi Jin (Park Ki Woong) is a gem of an older brother — finally, a historical drama where the princes aren’t trying to kill each other!

The drama also has a lot to work with in terms of societal issues: the banning of books, the power of history and scholarship, and the elevation of women in a highly patriarchal society.

Goo Hae Ryung herself leans refreshingly towards an intellectual rather than a typical plucky female lead, and Shin Se Kyung (of “Tree With Deep Roots” and “Six Flying Dragons” fame) has not disappointed in a historical drama yet, so “Rookie Historian” has a lot of promise!

It’s also not afraid to get a little raunchy…

And with this balance between the serious and the funny, the drama is off to a solid start!

now watching Doctor Romantic Season 1 on Netflix – Extremely real operation views

Dr. Romantic

2016 | Maturity rating:MA 15+ | 2 seasons | Medical TV Shows

An eccentric, triple board-certified virtuoso surgeon leaves a top job in Seoul and ends up at a provincial hospital, where he mentors young doctors.

Dr. Romantic is a South Korean television series starring Han Suk-kyu as the title character with Yoo Yeon-seok, Seo Hyun-jin in first season, Ahn Hyo-seop, Lee Sung-kyung in second and third season.

The first season aired on SBS TV from November 7, 2016, to January 16, 2017, every Monday and Tuesday at 22:00 (KST).[1]

The second season aired from January 6 to February 25, 2020, every Monday and Tuesday at 21:40 (KST).[2]

The third season is scheduled to premiere on April 28, 2023, and will air every Friday and Saturday at 22:00 (KST).

Ed Case
Ed Case
April 17, 2023 8:50 am

The Gaslighting started early that day, …
Remember sodium laureth sulfate/sodium lauryl sulfate which was allegedly a carcinogen used in shampoos and toothpastes?
Some Daily Exposé type in the ’90’s discovered that sodium laureth sulfate was mentioned in the testing methods of lab cancer studies.
Except they weren’t testing for a sodium laureth sulfate link to cancer. It is merely a wetting or foaming agent used to facilitate the testing of the target substance … and also make your shampoo froth up.

Isn’t that nice?
It makes your shampoo froth up.
Here’s the reality:

Depending on manufacturing processes, sodium laureth sulfate may be contaminated with measurable amounts of ethylene oxide and 1,4-dioxane.

The International Agency for Research on Cancer [identifies] ethylene oxide as a known human carcinogen and 1,4-dioxane as a possible human carcinogen.

Ethylene oxide can also harm the nervous system and the California Environmental Protection Agency has classified it as a possible developmental toxicant based on evidence that it may interfere with human development.

AKA, Birth Defects.

1,4-dioxane is also persistent. In other words, it doesn’t easily degrade and can remain in the environment long after it is rinsed down the shower drain.

Bottom line:
It’s absorbed thru the skin, accumulates in the tissue, causes Cancer.
But, hey, it makes your shampoo froth up!

Mother Lode
Mother Lode
April 17, 2023 8:50 am

“RN breakfast and its host, Patricia Karvelas, has managed all sides of the debate in a non-biased manner, and will continue to do so.”

And thus the ABC confesses its own bias by their characterisation of the biased Karvelas’ conduct.

What a worthless institution.

Government has a few core functions such as defence, the law courts, etc, but it has invited upon itself so many other duties which now work against these core functions. We have a military being neutred as a fighting force for ‘diversity’ and ‘equity’ reasons and whose battle-hardened personnel are second-guessed and accused of horrific abuses by senior officers in air-conditioned offices who take their cue from the SMH and the ABC. As for the law courts, well simply put they are now the punishment. Labyrinthine such that no person can hope to navigate even the preliminary processes without counsel for which they must mortgage their home, shades of legal right and wrong to subtle for a person to discern – yet they must always act in accordance with it. We have police that will swoop upon old folks catching their breath on a park bench and arresting women for sharing a post of fakebook. We have teachers who have no appetite for teaching – happy people whose jobs are also their hobbies, and it just happens that their hobbies are political activism. We have doctors who preen themselves with the old myth of their caring for their patients but instead abide by their hypocritic oath “First do myself no harm” as they keep themselves safe telling their patients that their untested injections are harmless – well, they will be tested after they have been injected.

The list goes on.

And so do I.

/rant

Mother Lode
Mother Lode
April 17, 2023 8:55 am

Continuing with my many Korean Netflix Series – as I said to Grandsons & Wife – much better than American and OZ TV Offerings- Light Hearted and Enjoyable

There is a gigantic LED billboard that spans Military Road at the Bridgepoint shopping centre. It cycles through all sorts of nonsense constantly but lately it has taken to advertising some new show which includes Hugo Weaving amongst the cast. But it also carries the text “The best of Australian drama”.

Talk about damning with faint praise. Australian drama?

Sancho Panzer
Sancho Panzer
April 17, 2023 8:57 am
Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
April 17, 2023 9:03 am

Charge her excess baggage.

Tell her to fly business class, or stow her fat arze in the cargo hold.

Ed Case
Ed Case
April 17, 2023 9:04 am

“RN breakfast and its host, Patricia Karvelas, has managed all sides of the debate in a non-biased manner, and will continue to do so.”

They haven’t done Noel Pearson any favours, he still sounds like a mean tempered bully.
If Jacinta Price can’t face an intense Radio interview from Karvelas, what’s she doing in the Senate?
I’ll bet Thorpie wouldn’t run away from the opportunity to be interviewed on RN Breakfast.

CharlieP
CharlieP
April 17, 2023 9:04 am

Just home from an abortive attempt to ‘do’ the Canning Stock Route, far too early in the season but trying to accommodate a family who had to fit with school holidays.
Anne Beadell was also closed so we took the Great Central Road ahead of the predicted cyclone. Apart from the numerous car wrecks along the way (counted nearly 100 in the course of the drive), all probably replaced at taxpayer expense, the visit to Docker River for fuel might have opened the teenagers’s eyes a bit.
Vacant-eyed people, hundreds of dogs in various states of disability, petrol pumps surrounded by metal cages, small children being fed sweets and soft drink to keep them quiet. Wide muddy streets, a sad feeling of dereliction, rubbish, though not as much as some places. Lots of people in the art centre painting, most of the paintings no more than childish doodles. Basically the only thing in town to do. Sad, sad, sad.
And this is a dry town though evidence of drinking sessions outside the town is dotted all over the area. We picked up several bags of rubbish at our camp sites.
Surely the big question is ‘How can the Voice possibly make life better in these places.’

calli
calli
April 17, 2023 9:07 am

It can’t Charlie P. That’s not its purpose anyway.

Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
April 17, 2023 9:10 am

Publishers rewrite Jeeves and Wooster books to remove ‘unacceptable’ prose by PG Wodehouse with trigger warnings added to revised editions telling readers characters may be ‘outdated’

The novels have had passages cut or reworked for new editions by Penguin
Comes after changes to books of Roald Dahl and Ian Fleming’s James Bonds

JC
JC
April 17, 2023 9:10 am

Huge banking crisis in the US, at least with the mega banks. NOT!

JPMorgan Q1 result $12 billion plus net income for the quarter even after bad loans provisions. Just wow!

https://www.jpmorganchase.com/content/dam/jpmc/jpmorgan-chase-and-co/investor-relations/documents/quarterly-earnings/2023/1st-quarter/be0fc3a0-c499-4af9-933c-6e7f75025097.pdf

They’re making like $200 million a work day.

Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
April 17, 2023 9:14 am

Neville B. D.
1 hour ago
If it were a white male conservative exhibiting Thorpe’s behaviour he would be gone before now. He would only have to look at his watch. We are a gullible nation.

Frank
Frank
April 17, 2023 9:15 am

Lidia Thorpe and Hunter Biden sound like a good match.

Beertruk
Beertruk
April 17, 2023 9:17 am

duncanm:
April 17, 2023 at 8:33 am
nobody seems to be asking why Thorpe is frequenting a ‘gentlemen’s club’

Seems odd to me why a 50yo woman is going to the rippers. Maybe she wanted tips on how to slither across the ground in a more sexually suggestive fashion?

Like this?

CharlieP
CharlieP
April 17, 2023 9:17 am

Exactly, Calli. It is nothing more than a racist grab for power and yet it is sold to the public as the answer to all the problems. Such deceit.

Indolent
Indolent
April 17, 2023 9:18 am

I’m not sure if his thesis is correct, but his description of where we stand at the moment is perfect.

The pandemic has highlighted huge gaps in our understanding of human consciousness. We have moved rapidly and far into an era of social polarisation, which is more representative of a prelude to social conflict than a health crisis. Curiously missing is a sense of human compassion.

In the animal kingdom biting and stinging without remorse is to be expected, but we did not expect ethical considerations to be cast aside in a similar brutal fashion in our human world.

There is no doubt that the refusal to countenance moral imperatives has become deep set and entrenched during the pandemic.

In the face of mounting evidence of harm, most governments, health professionals, vaccine proponents, and commercial interests have stuck to their guns and refused to take real world data seriously.

The Long Read: Is mRNA Vaccination Affecting Our Psychology?

Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
April 17, 2023 9:18 am

It can’t Charlie P. That’s not its purpose anyway.

The purpose of the Voice is to provide a vehicle for certain activists, it’s not to improve life in the communities.

H B Bear
H B Bear
April 17, 2023 9:18 am

Roger

There is no place in a mainstream political party for bigotry,’’ Mr Kean said at the time.

If you substitute “Opposition” for “Government” and “lose” for “win” Photios is virtually indistinguishable from Chairman Dan.

C.L.
C.L.
April 17, 2023 9:19 am

Congraulations, JC.
Musk has officially labelled ABC twitter “Government-funded Media.”

H B Bear
H B Bear
April 17, 2023 9:24 am

Good news on the Pearson front…
He’s said if the No vote gets up he will “fall silent.”

About as credible as a John Farnham retirement tour. If only …

Mother Lode
Mother Lode
April 17, 2023 9:24 am

I watched the final installment of The Last Kingdom last night.

At just under two hours events were crammed in and it could probably have been expanded to…perhaps 4 or 5 episodes.

I was a little trepidacious since I had read that they were depicting Aehtelstan as (secretly) gay. The woman who wrote the script made the claim in an interview that historians now considered it a possibility. I would say that they have come across no new information on him and it is their interpretation, I suspect based on the fact he never married. (Although if that is the case then they are saying that any historical figure who go married cannot have been gay.) I suspect previously this was put down to piety and am afraid the general decline in academia has made it so a generation of historians is unable to understand people in the past as being of their own times and not racked by the neurotic pieties of our time.

The trannies will be beside themselves with excitement with all those old statues of blokes with long hair clothing that looks like dresses.

But they made it part of the story, rather than championing the default moral and mental superiority of homosexuality which is what you would expect now.

I enjoyed it.

(The show, not the other thing. I swear you people have minds in the gutter. In Oxford Street.)

H B Bear
H B Bear
April 17, 2023 9:25 am

Anybody want to put their government Landcruiser on it to make it interesting?

Indolent
Indolent
April 17, 2023 9:26 am

Publishers rewrite Jeeves and Wooster books to remove ‘unacceptable’ prose by PG Wodehouse with trigger warnings added to revised editions telling readers characters may be ‘outdated’

They are basically set on taking away people ability to judge for themselves and to look into the minds of generations past. One set of views for all.

Winston Smith
April 17, 2023 9:27 am

Indolent:
Dr. John Campbell
This is starting to look ominous – especially when taken in conjunction with the near absolute refusal of the authorities whose responsibility it is to examine and answer these questions.

C.L.
C.L.
April 17, 2023 9:28 am

In heartbreaking news for Monty (State-affiliated Media), Brazi’s Lula is not backing Biden’s lost war in Ukraine. Lefties turn on him immediately.

duncanm
duncanm
April 17, 2023 9:30 am

Elon Musk

@elonmusk
·
Sep 29, 2019
Rage, rage against the dying of the light

great movie.

H B Bear
H B Bear
April 17, 2023 9:30 am

I tender as evidence their reference yesterday to Celtic-Walpiri woman Jacinda Nampinjimpa-Price.

I guess we’ll be seeing Adam Goodes at Robbie Burns night this year. Save him some haggis.

OldOzzie
OldOzzie
April 17, 2023 9:30 am
Mother Lode
Mother Lode
April 17, 2023 9:33 am

Seems odd to me why a 50yo woman is going to the rippers. Maybe she wanted tips on how to slither across the ground in a more sexually suggestive fashion?

She is always on the look out for places where straight white men may gather or congregate so she can shout abuse at them.

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